COVID-19: THE INS AND OUTS OF THE PANDEMIC

Information overload and medical jargon have invaded our daily lives since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. If you find yourself lost in the vastness of this information or still wondering how this could happen, then read on! Complex medical and scientific information—PCR tests, immunological memory, spike proteins, variants, and mutations, just to name a few—have become very familiar since the outbreak of COVID-19, have they not? What do these terms really mean, and just how much do you really know? This book explains all you need to know about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic: pathology, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and so much more—an easy-to-follow guide using language that you can understand. After reading this book, you will be able to finally make sense of the media reports and scientific data that have become a part of your daily life.

Meet Christos Evangelou

Christos is a PhD-level medical writer and an avid believer that scientific information should be easily and readily accessible to everyone in an easy-to-digest form. He is passionate about communicating science and translating complex information into accurate, clear, and engaging content for the scientific community and the wider public. Christos believes that “scientifically accurate” does not necessarily mean hard to understand, and vice versa—hard to understand does not mean scientifically accurate.